Repetitive Motion Injuries (cont.)
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Repetitive Motion Injuries Causes
Repetitive motion disorders develop because of microscopic tears in the tissue. When the body is unable to repair the tears in the tissue as fast as they are being made, inflammation occurs, leading to the sensation of pain.
Causes of repetitive motion injuries include the following:
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/10/2014
Samuel J Haraldson, MD
Barbara J Blasko, MD
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